EEO-1 Reporting Changes

Major changes in the data collection requirements mandated by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) are hitting home this year. The EEO-1 report that previously was due by the end of September of each year is now due by the end of March of each year.  In addition, beyond the employment data by the tenContinue reading “EEO-1 Reporting Changes”

Even More on Age in the Workplace

The headline of the Ops page of the Plain Dealer on January 5, 2019, reads “Age discrimination more common than you think”.  The author, Helaine Olen, proposes that older workers are not choosing to leave the workplace voluntarily to retire to a life of leisure…they are being forced into that decision because “they are likelyContinue reading “Even More on Age in the Workplace”

FMLA and Leaves of Absence

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) was passed in 1993. Hard to believe that it has been in existence for 25 years. During that time there have been many changes made to the law and a significant amount of guidance issued by the government on how the law works. The FMLA provides an unpaidContinue reading “FMLA and Leaves of Absence”